People always have an opinion how to soothe a crying baby. The most common advice is to let the newborn cry out their frustration, particularly if they have been fed and changed already. It’s hard to walk away and leave an inconsolable babe in the crib. Dayna Mager, from Michigan knows exactly what she has to do when her baby girl sobs.
Luella was born in October 2015 and every time she begins to stir and weep, Dayna does something most moms are warned against doing. Dayna knew she would begin this approach after attending a Christian concert and hearing a missionary speak.
She shared a photo on Facebook of her soothing method, her post has been liked over 60,000 times and has received over 22,000 shares. You may be changing the way you react to your baby crying from now on.
There is a myth that babies cry because they need something specific; nursing, diaper change or gases. It is not always about wanting attention for basic necessities. Their cry for help is often times for a very specific reason.